#84: talking local food initiative work & urban homesteading with Kendall Kendrick of Primal-Balance.com!

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Topics:
Kendall works in local food policy and just received a grant for her work. She also does urban homesteading. She will have a poster presentation at AHS 2013. (One of my favorite people ever. – Liz)

Some of the topics Liz & Kendall discussed:
  • Food policy and teaching kids to garden
  • The power of urban gardens
  • Grant from Burt’s Bees to design and implement a program for urban garden development
  • Urban homesteading, chickens, compost
  • Paleo perfectionism and raising a family of 4 girls plus husband
  • Letting the perfect be the enemy of the good
  • Kendall’s AHS poster presentation


Click here to download this episode as an MP3.
The episodes are currently available in iTunes, Stitcher & Blog Talk Radio.

Thanks for listening!
Liz & Diane


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  1. Really enjoyed the podcast today! Liz, welcome to the KC area! I live north of the river in the KC area too. So good to know I am not the only Paleo person here anymore 🙂 Just wondering…how does one become a Nutritional Therapy Practitioner? I just love everything I am learning and I work in healthcare. I am frustrated that I see sick people everyday and I don’t have the “license” to counsel them on nutrition and diet. I am starting to think about an additional degree. Any insight would be appreciated. Thanks!

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